Find a Doctor or Rate a doctor
- 10-27-2007, 07:43 AM
Find a Doctor or Rate a doctor
Check out this website.
It's interesting how little free market forces play in our personal heath care. We look in a phone book or go to insurance "participating" doctors and ultimately take a gamble on the kind of quality health care we will receive. Let's face it, we spend more time researching the purchase of a new car than we do finding a doctor for a coronary bypass operation. Part of the reason is that the resources aren't available for us to research a doctor. This website is a start. A resource such as the one described below might help us become better health care consumers as well as help favor the quality providers. The data appears to be sparse but it is growing. Check it out.....
Rate A Doctor & MD's - Physician Reviews & Ratings - Improving Patient Care Online
DrScore.com is a unique website dedicated to improving patient satisfaction and the quality of medical care. Through DrScore, patients can rate their satisfaction with their medical care at no cost. DrScore also gives visitors free access to the ratings, to help them select a doctor. Finally, to "close the loop" of patient satisfaction, DrScore makes detailed survey results available to doctors, giving them a low-cost alternative for measuring – and thereby improving – patient satisfaction.
- 10-27-2007, 08:16 AM
- 10-27-2007, 05:31 PM
10-29-2007, 11:40 AM
10-30-2007, 08:43 AM
10-30-2007, 09:25 AM
11-27-2007, 03:15 PM
11-27-2007, 07:27 PM
Acne vulgaris - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
There is a group of people who develop acne while on proper TRT.
I have never had acne in my life, I am 67yo now.
Newer done any steroids.
I am on testosterone replacement now.
Couple weeks ago I developed one place on my back, it itches constantly. I am afraid scratching it.
Will have to make appointment with skin doc to check it out.
What are the conditions that are ance friendly?
If possible I will avoid those conditions.
Not even sure if what I have is an acne, mine is just one, hardly visible, "zit".
11-27-2007, 08:08 PM
11-28-2007, 11:37 AM
On top of that background is what may be a complex endocrine problems perhaps of the same complexity as diabetes. I believe that andropause is probably a valid and important pathologic syndrome. We dont consider a person wanting to have huge biceps such as the picture at the top of this forum to be a medical problem. If the syndrome does exist it may have multiple subtypes. Laboratory methods of evaluation are questionable. So the method of diagnosis needs to be determined and then upon that basis appropriate treatment protocols tested. As with most syndromes usually the majority can be managed with a fairly reasonable and understandable treatment protocols. Other subtypes if they exist may require modifications or different protocols all together. So if you get frustrated at the docs, it might be walking in their shoes a bit.
11-28-2007, 06:18 PM
Many on this board are of opinion that there would be much less of
and androgen hormones
were adjusted early in life.
It appears that relatively low cost low tech approach is all that is required in most instances.
The actual problem being low cost.
It is hard to make money helping people using this type preventive medicine.
High profit ways are being promoted insted.
Those ways are not always in the best intrest of general public.
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